4/27/2009

For the Obama administration, the stress tests of the nation's largest banks could be a significant success if they offer clear and credible data, or a major failure if they do not, The New York Times writes. The government will continue to deal with the banks that are seen to be well-capitalized, but those that aren't will be more troublesome, the Times argues.

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